Brookhouse leads East Africa Region in Cambridge Learner Awards

Brookhouse school in Kenya has announced no tuition or fees increase for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Brookhouse Schools has taken the lead in the 2019 Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards, cementing its position as the highest performing school in the region on the British curriculum education.

The awards from the May/June 2019 examinations season were announced this week.

Brookhouse students took home 21 out of 74 awards, topping regional schools examined in the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and Cambridge Board A-levels.

Founded in Kenya in 1981, Brookhouse which has campuses in Nairobi’s Karen and Runda, further topped across 14 subjects and produced the Best Student at both IGCSE and A-level.

The Brookhouse Board said the awards a testimony of the dedication from teachers and learners at the school.

“We offer our heartfelt congratulations to the students who worked so hard to achieve these awards. Such an achievement reflects individual students’ excellence and the collective hard work and support of the teachers, staff and the leadership team,” the board said.

At least 15 other international schools in Kenya received awards, with the closest competitor nearest having 10 awards.

Cambridge International Education (CIE) issues the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards annually, and they recognise exceptional learner achievement in Cambridge examinations around the world.

The primary purpose of the awards is to celebrate and recognise the success of high-performing Cambridge learners.